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Beat the heat : 10 Refreshing Homemade Popsicle

As the hottest days of summer are hear we crave for nothing more than a nice, cool, refreshing popsicle to suck upon while trying to beat the heat. Here is a list of such oh-so-good popsicle recipes that'll change your hot days to not-so-hot-anymore days! Enjoy

Limoncello Pops

Bold zingy popsicles made with Italian Limoncello and mint! These cool sweet limoncello pops are a welcomed adult treat that make a fun ending for your summer parties.

Blueberry and lemon pudding pops

They are perfect for small kids as the pudding softens up enough so it’s easy to eat.

Layered Popsicles

A fun layered popsicle to use up what you have in your fridge by using different juices for fun combinations.

Cucumber Lemon Spa Popsicles

Need a spa break? Try a frozen salad on a stick. Refreshing popsicles are a perfect treat on a hot summer afternoon, or after a Swedish massage. Cucumbers are vegetables, or maybe technically fruits, and either way that's a good thing. The sea salt adds a sophisticated depth of flavor to this recipe.

Watermelon-Jalapeno Ice Pops

Sweet meets heat in this summer-ready popsicle recipe.

Coconut Milk Lime Raspberry Pops

Feeling a little bit hot and lazy, anyone? Sunshine summer just makes me want to jump in a cool green lake, dry off, put on my oversized sunglasses and an old hat, read some trashy magazines and eat snacks and drink a cool drink, get hot again then jump right back in. You can be extra lazy but still enjoy a beautiful, icy, rich and tangy homemade popsicle with this super simple recipe. You can also substitute the coconut milk for some rich, plain yogurt. The consistency of this pop is a bit on the ice-milky side.

Tropical Avocado Popsicle

Made with coconut milk and fresh tarragon, the popsicles are creamy (Creamsicle, what?), bright and earthy. They aren’t as sweet as your average popsicle so if you tend to shy away from sweets… this is the dessert for you!

Cherry Pomegranate Yogurt Pops

Greek yogurt and fresh pomegranate seeds are frozen to make healthy and refreshing pops.

Watermelon-Basil Ice Pops

Healthful and refreshing, these ice pops combine the ripe flavors of summer watermelon with a hit of fresh basil. Taste the fruit juice before you freeze it; if it's a little on the tart side, stir in a small amount of agave syrup to boost the sweetness.

Blueberry Vanilla Yogurt Ice Pop Popsicles

This simple ice pop recipe is the consummate summer treat. Perfectly sweetened and packed with delicious vanilla yogurt and luscious fresh blueberries they are creamy, fruity and ice cold! What more could summer ask for?

Rainbow fun: Rainbow Pudding Pops

we love popsicles around here, especially pudding pops! so we made some delicious rainbow banana pudding pops yesterday which are super simple to make. The best thing about using pudding for the rainbow is that you don’t have to wait for each colored layer to set before adding the next color. since the pudding is thick, you can just layer them all at once. these are perfect for St. Patrick’s Day or any day for that matter.